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This year’s short film ominibus collective:unconscious brought together five local filmmakers to adapt one another’s dreams, but Frances Bodomo’s Everybody Dies cut through the magic realism, all the way down to the bone. The premise is horrifyingly entertaining, full of existential dread and black humor (in multiple senses): a public-access children’s show hosted by a tearful Grim Reaper, who serenades the kiddies with lullabies to prepare them for a life of state violence against...
Plenty of lines get tossed around about Millennials: They have no respect for elders; they’re entitled; they don’t read; they’re up-talkers. Well, maybe some are. But if we’ve confirmed anything about Millennials in the last few weeks, as we got to know dozens of the best and brightest from Brooklyn’s New Guard—our annual list of 30 Under 30—on several field trips to Coney Island, it’s that they can also put most of the rest of...
collective:unconscious Directed by Daniel Patrick Corbone, Josephine Decker, Lauren Wolkstein, Frances Bodomo and Lily Baldwin August 5-11 at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP Don’t think about elephants. The effect of that statement is similar to the introduction of collective:unconscious, in which hypnotist Daniel Ryan explicates the trance-like experience of watching movies and its proximity to dreaming. As he eases you into that state, in which all external distractions are tuned out and the sounds...
As ever, the eighth annual BAMcinemaFest, running June 15-26, shines a spotlight on the best of American independent film, from hot-topic documentaries to studio-supported rising stars and regional gems. Also as ever, this year’s lineup includes new features from some of our favorite local filmmakers. Zach Clark is the director of Little Sister, a family dramedy set in the period leading up to the 2008 election. What neighborhood do you live in, and how long have...

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